APAC Logistics Market

The Freight and Logistics Market are predicted to grow exponentially during the forthcoming future in spite of the ongoing pandemic as there is an expansion in the E-commerce sector and developing infrastructure over the Asia Pacific (APAC) province and other emergent nations would push the interest for the logistics and freight sector.

If considered geographically, Asia-Pacific (APAC) at present rules the market owing to the economic development and dynamic business environment. The expansion in retail sales in Asia-Pacific (APAC) is enhancing the development of the logistics market in the region along with the rapid growth in the e-commerce sector.

Right now, more than one-third of the market share is dominated by Asia Pacific (APAC) region inferable from the presence of solid manufacturing. China is driving the logistics market in the Asia-Pacific (APAC); however, rising economies like Malaysia, Vietnam, South Korea, and Indonesia are seeing momentous development in its logistics industry. Moreover, the huge government backing for the logistics sector in the respective regions is likewise a factor boosting the development of the industry.

Logistics industry majors over the value chain are relied upon to operational efficiencies, with growing investments in innovation technology implementation. Freight forwarders that offer a ground-breaking online solution in custom brokerage, freight matching and transportation management systems are likely to change the sector with upgraded client experience. The warehousing business is projected to change essentially with automated processes because of the development of cross-border eCommerce and expanding interest for integrated supply chain solutions.

1. E-Commerce will continue to drive the logistics Industry :

The ascent of e-commerce business and the digital marketplace has changed the conformation of consumer buying demands and behaviour, as buyers now anticipate quick, free shipping, and inexpensive pricing. This demand has built up challenges to conventional logistics and supply chain models, and organizations are now compelled to change their methodologies to give the low cost and on-demand delivery provision that customers now wish for.

E-commerce projects emerging share of the retail market; this dramatic development and demand will certainly affect the logistics and transportation industry as organizations should be equipped to oversee increased volume and delivery expectations.

Fast development in the eCommerce market is increasing competition among eCommerce logistics solution providers. Innovation in fulfilling orders, delivery models, and value-added services is required to reshape the last-mile delivery segment. Manufacturers and retailers have increased both the degree of worldwide sourcing and the extent of the markets that they supply. Numerous logistics organizations are globalizing their operations in accordance with the changing necessities of their customers.

2. Substantial Market Trend :

APAC holds the biggest market share in the region : Top nations in the region are witnessing faster innovation and technical integrations in the logistics process. In most regions, the vast majority of the freight moves by road, and the trucking business is embracing industry-driving tracking technology to help track and trace anticipated delivery timings.

Expanding the trade within the Asian province, alongside a growing expansion in imports not only for manufacturing units as well as consumer items, which concludes Asian logistics.

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OMAN Logistics

Logistics is an important industry in Oman and plays a critical role for many businesses in the sultanate. Oman logistics industry is competitive and is lead by multinational companies through to smaller national freight forwarders. Oman logistics industry is forecasted to grow by 7% by 2020.

The goal now is to leverage technology as a disruptive enabler, build human capacity across the public and private logistics industry, and drive operational efficiencies to build an integrated logistics business environment that is benchmarked against the world’s best. Oman’s 2,092-km coastline and strategic location have made it a key destination and transit point for trade for centuries. Situated on the eastern edge of the Arabian Peninsula, Muscat has historically been the first point of contact for traders travelling between Asia, the Indian subcontinent, and the Arab world.

Role of IIC in lifting Oman Logistics Industry

From the introduction of blockchain in international shipping operations and the use of big data in aviation through to the development of new transport solutions by local haulage companies, the Knowledge Economy and the new technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution offer incredible opportunities for innovatively-minded industries in the logistics sector,” he added. “IIC looks forward to working in this exciting and highly competitive business environment with the teams and companies powering OLC’s progress as well as the new businesses entering this fast-moving sector.

In order to build the innovation capacity of the logistics sector, in July 2019, the OLC signed an agreement with the Industrial Innovation Centre (IIC), Oman’s national organization for industrial innovation tasked with developing the Sultanate’s industrial innovation ecosystem and enabling the industry to capitalize on techno-entrepreneurship, innovation, technology transfer, and the knowledge economy.

Noting the importance of the logistics sector as a contributor to Oman’s GDP, source of job creation and investment opportunity, Dr. Abdulaziz Al Hashmi, director of the Linking & Building Capacity Program said: We’re delighted to be collaborating with Oman logistics industry in developing the innovative capacity of this key pillar of the Sultanate’s economic growth and success.

Use Case and Summary

LogixGrid has come up with a solution for one of our customers who is finding it challenging since there was a large network with multiple carriers across borders. We have offered a global customer portal and API integrations platform where this customer could easily route the shipments to the particular carrier, update tracking information and complete the process.

Logix Platform’s innovative cloud-based logistics software is capable of managing your whole logistics and supply chain operations with ease. LogixERP is fully capable of handling all aspects of your logistics business from automating operations to automating billings and accounting, invoicing and optimizing business workflows. It also comes up with e-commerce and carrier integrations to enhance your business experience.


Egypt Logistics

Egypt logistics industry and its economy is evolving as one of the major trading nations and creates a wide range of opportunities for the logistics service providers. According to the World Bank, Egypt has witnessed a huge surge in the logistics performance index (LPI), which improved 13 spots in 2016, from 62nd position in 2014. Many companies plan to shift their production line or expand the existing production line in the country due to commendable transformations in Egypt logistics sector.

Further, the government aims to make the country a production and distribution hub to serve Europe and the Middle East and Africa, and Egypt Vision 2030 entitled economic development as a major segment, which includes the development of the transportation infrastructure. The increasing market penetration of companies and construction activities are expected to create a demand for project and contract logistics.

Government initiatives for Egypt Logistics Sector

Due to its strategic geographical location and proximity to Europe and the Middle East & Asia, Egypt has strong trade relations through its ports. For instance, 8%-10% of the global cargo passes through the Suez Canal, which creates a huge demand for logistics services, warehousing, and storage operations. The government of Egypt has been undertaking initiatives to make the country a global logistics hub and is encouraging foreign investments in various sectors most of the freight in Egypt logistics sector is carried through roads, which has driven the government to focus on the maintenance of road infrastructure.

The logistics sector is expected to benefit from the transport infrastructure projects proposed by the government. Egypt logistics & transport infrastructure is in relatively good condition when compared to its neighbouring countries. Most of the transport routes are concentrated in Cairo and follow settlement patterns along the Nile. The transport network is supported to a great extent by inland water connections and a comparatively good rail network. The geographical location of Egypt’s ports lends it an importance in the maritime shipping sector. Moreover, the Suez Canal, which is one of the world’s five strategic chokepoints defined as a narrow strait through which an overwhelming amount of the world’s oil flows, is driving the export of oil and raw materials of Egypt. The growth of the tourism sector led to the development of several airports in Egypt in recent years.

Frequent flights within the country and ongoing improvements to the air infrastructure are expected to increase the capacity and efficiency of cargo. This is expected to drive the transport and logistics sector. Roads in Egypt carry the highest amount of freight (more than 50%), which have been maintained well. This allowed the freight and logistics market to remain profitable in the country. Though Egypt logistics & transportation infrastructure is better than most of the rest of North Africa (and Africa in general), it still suffers from high logistics costs. For example, according to industry sources, the logistics costs account for 33% of the total retail price of a product on average. This share is very high when compared to developed countries, such as the United States.

For example, in the United States, the transportation and logistics costs were valued at around 7.5%, which is more than four-fold lower expenditure than that of Egypt. The lack of proper visibility into the supply chain, improper asset utilization, and inefficiency in logistics operations are contributing to the high logistics costs in the country. Egypt logistics along with major industries are expanding healthily, along with rising domestic confidence, as seen from the increasing sales of fast-moving consumer goods. While there is a growth trend for exports of chemicals, textiles, and food products, particularly to East and Southern Africa, the businesses are still eager to witness significant growth.

The 3PL market in the country is witnessing steady growth, with increasing demand for logistics outsourcing. However, as the requirements from customers are increasing, the 3PL service providers in the country are facing challenges in their operating environments. Supply chain visibility, supply chain collaboration, and supply chain optimization are some of the important issues being faced by 3PL companies.

Use Case and Summary

Logix Platform’s innovative cloud-based logistics software is capable of managing your whole logistics and supply chain operations with ease. LogixERP is fully capable of handling all aspects of your logistics business from automating operations to automating billings and accounting, invoicing and optimizing business workflows. It also comes up with e-commerce and carrier integrations to enhance your business experience.


Freight Book Privacy Policy

www.logixgrid.com Freight Book Privacy Policy

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The Mobile Marketing Association is the premier, global not-for-profit trade association that works to promote, educate, measure, guide and protect the mobile marketing industry worldwide. In this capacity, we are pleased to introduce the attached Freight Book Privacy Policy, authored and prepared by LogixGRID.


The intent of this privacy policy is to provide the Freight Book developer with

policy language that can be quickly and completely understood by the consumer.


Goal for the Privacy Policy


LogixGRID intends for this Freight Book privacy policy to be used as a starting point for most Freight Book. There are many areas where many in the mobile marketplace are experimenting with privacy enhancing technologies, and we applaud those efforts. The core goal for this privacy policy framework is to encourage the Freight Book developer community to continue to move consumer privacy interests forward.


We strongly encourage those using this model policy to consult an attorney and/or privacy professional when crafting your own policy.


Instructions for using this Privacy Policy


The policy that follows contains two kinds of annotated instructions. The first, in italics, provide the app developer specific advice on the use of the core principles contained herein. The second sections that need to be uniquely tailored by the app developer to the specifics of their Freight Book and its use of consumer information.

In all cases, the app developer should consult with legal counsel or privacy professionals to ensure that your policy and compliance procedures are in alignment.




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The policy is designed to address the core privacy issues and data processes of many Freight Book, but should not be considered sufficient by itself to cover all types of Freight Book. We strongly encourage those using this model policy to consult an attorney and/or privacy professional when crafting your own policy.

This privacy policy governs your use of a software Freight Book (“Freight Book”) on a mobile device that was created by The Freight Book includes.


What information does the Freight Book obtain and how is it used?


This section is designed to inform Users of the types of data that the app obtains and how that information is used. While we’ve provided several types of data that are often obtained by apps, the App Developer should make a reasonable attempt to ensure to provide Users with a clear, illustrative list of the most important data points obtained by each app. Moreover, the model policy attempts to draw a distinction between data that is provided directly by a User (“User Provided Information”) and data that is collected automatically by the Freight Book (“Automatically Collected Information”). The LogixGRID recognizes that this distinction may not be in harmony with the data privacy practices of all Freight Book, and therefore encourages App Developers to work to an attorney and/or privacy professional to ensure that the information they provide in this section is in line with the actual data flows for each Freight Book(s).

User Provided Information – The Freight Book obtains the information you provide when you download and register the Freight Book. Registration with us is optional. However, please keep in mind that you may not be able to use some of the features offered by the Freight Book unless you register with us.


Registration with us is mandatory in order to be able to use the basic features of the Freight Book.


Freight Book developers should be aware that certain types of data, for example, medical records and certain types of financial information may be subject to existing privacy law.


Freight Book developers creating apps that collect potentially sensitive information are encouraged to obtain counsel to ensure that their data collection policies are in line with current law in the jurisdiction(s) where the app may be used.


When you register with us and use the Freight Book, you generally provide:


(a) Your name, email address, age, user name, password and other registration information.

(b) Transaction-related information, such as when you make purchases, respond to any offers, or download or use Freight Book from us.

(c) Information you provide us when you contact us for help; (d) credit card information for purchase and use of the Freight Book, and; (e) information you enter into our system, when using the Freight Book, such as contact information and project management information. We may also use the information you provided us to contact your from time to time to provide you with important information, required notices and marketing promotions.


If the Freight Book collects information from and/or for social networking platforms (e.g., pulling contact information, friends lists, login information, photos or check-ins) the Freight Book should ensure that the prior consent of the user is obtained.


Automatically Collected Information – In addition, the Freight Book may collect certain information automatically, such as the type of mobile device you use,

your mobile devices unique device ID, the IP address of your mobile device, your mobile operating system, the type of mobile Internet browsers you use, and information about the way you use the Freight Book. See “Automatic Data Collection and Advertising” section for examples.


Does the Freight Book collect precise real time location information of the device?


This section is only applicable if the Freight Book collects precise, real-time location information. Non-precise location information such as geo-targeting (e.g., zip code or city) data is typically addressed elsewhere in the privacy policy (e.g., the section entitled “automatic data collection

and advertising.”)


This Freight Book does not collect precise information about the location of your mobile device.


This Freight Book does collect precise information about the location of your Device.



We use your location information to Provide requested location services, and You may at any time opt-out from further allowing us to have access to your location data by [state how user can manage their location preferences either from the app or device level]. For more information, please see the section below entitled “opt-out rights.”


Do third parties see and/or have access to information obtained by the

Freight Book?


Generally, app developers will want to have the right to transfer information collected by the app under certain circumstances. For example, if the app developer sells the app, the developer may want that information collected by the Freight Book transferred as part of the sale.


While we’ve provided some of the more common examples of data transfer to third parties, app developers are encouraged to work with counsel and/or privacy professional to determine if other examples should be included in their policy.


Yes. We will share your information with third parties only in the ways that are

described in this privacy statement.


We may disclose User Provided and Automatically Collected Information:

As required by law, such as to comply with a subpoena, or similar legal process; when we believe in good faith that disclosure is necessary to protect our rights, protect your safety or the safety of others, investigate fraud, or respond to a government request; with our trusted services providers who work on our behalf, do not have an independent use of the information we disclose to them, and have agreed to adhere to the rules set forth in this privacy statement.


If LogixGRID is involved in a merger, acquisition, or sale of all or aportion of its assets, you will be notified via email and/or a prominent notice on our Web site of any change in ownership or uses of this information, as well as any choices you may have regarding this information.



Automatic Data Collection and Advertising


Freight Book developers should be aware of which mobile advertising networks and other third parties they are working with in order to determine if that ad network or other third part is offering an opt-out. At a minimum, Freight Book developers should take into account whether the app is advertising supported and whether data is obtained by an ad network or other third party for the purpose of ad targeting.


We may work with analytics companies to help us understand how the Freight Book is being used, such as the frequency and duration of usage. We work with advertisers and third party advertising networks, who need to know how you interact with advertising provided in the Freight Book which helps us keep the cost of the Freight Book low.


Advertisers and advertising networks use some of the information collected by the Freight Book, including the unique identification ID of your mobile device and your mobile telephone number. To protect the anonymity of this information, we use an encryption technology to help ensure that these third parties can’t identify you personally. These third parties may also obtain information about other Freight Book you’ve downloaded to your mobile device, the mobile websites you visit, your non-precise location information (e.g., your zip code), and other non-precise location information in order to help analyse and serve anonymous targeted advertising on the Freight Book and elsewhere. We may also share encrypted versions of information you have provided in order to enable our partners to append other available information about you for analysis or advertising related use.


If you’d like to opt-out from third party use of this type of information to help serve targeted advertising, please visit the section entitled “Opt-out” below.

What are my opt-out rights?


Freight Book developers should be aware of which mobile advertising networks and other third parties they are working with in order to determine if that ad network or other third party is offering an opt-out. We recognize that the mobile marketplace continues to experiment with different types of opt-out mechanisms – and strongly encourage the Freight Book developer community to participate in these experiments to the benefit of consumer privacy interests.


There are multiple opt-out options for users of this Freight Book:


Opt-out of all information collection by uninstalling the Freight Book – You can stop all collection of information by the Freight Book easily by uninstalling the Freight Book. You may use the standard uninstall processes as may be available as part of your mobile device or via the Freight Book marketplace or network.


Opt-out from the use of information to serve targeted advertising by advertisers and/or third party network advertisers.


You may at any time opt-out from further allowing us to have access to your location data by Data Retention Policy, Managing Your Information We will retain User Provided data for as long as you use the Freight Book and for a reasonable time thereafter. If you’d like us to delete User Provided Data that you have provided via the Freight Book, please contact us at sales@logixgrid.com and we will respond in a reasonable time. Please note that some or all of the User Provided Data may be required in order for the Freight Book to function properly, and we may be required to retain certain information by law.




Freight Book developers should be aware of and ensure that the app and the app developer’s privacy practices are in compliance with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). Developers should pay particular attention to COPPA when creating apps that contain cartoon characters or other features that may cause the app to be perceived as being directed towards children under 13. Freight Book developers creating apps that might be governed under COPPA or similar laws are encouraged to obtain counsel to ensure that their data collection policies are in line with current law in the jurisdiction(s) where the app may be used.


We do not use the Freight Book to knowingly solicit data from or market to children under the age of 13. If a parent or guardian becomes aware that his or her child has provided us with information without their consent, he or she should contact us at sales@logixgrid.com. We will delete such information from our files within a reasonable time.






Freight Book developers should ensure that their security procedures are reasonable, and should provide an overview of their security procedures below.


We are concerned about safeguarding the confidentiality of your information. We provide physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards to protect information we process and maintain. For example, we limit access to this information to authorized employees and contractors who need to know that information in order to operate, develop or improve our Freight Book. Please be aware that, although we endeavour to provide reasonable security for information we process and maintain, no security system can prevent all potential security breaches.



Freight Book Developers should be aware that retroactive, material changes to privacy practices generally require the prior consent of the User.

This Privacy Policy may be updated from time to time for any reason. We will notify you of any changes to our Privacy Policy by posting the new Privacy Policy and informing you via email or text message. You are advised to consult this Privacy Policy regularly for any changes.


Your Consent


By using the Services, you are consenting to our processing of User Provided and

Automatically Collection information as set forth in this Privacy Policy now and as

amended by us. “Processing,” means using cookies on a computer/hand held device or using or touching information in any way, including, but not limited to, collecting, storing, deleting, using, combining and disclosing information, all of which activities will take place in the United States. If you reside outside the U.S. your information will be transferred to the U.S., and processed and stored there under U.S. privacy standards. By using the Freight Book and providing information to us, you consent to such transfer to, and processing in, the US.


Contact us –


If you have any questions regarding privacy while using the Freight Book, or have questions about our practices, please contact us via email at sales@logixgrid.com